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|Name:||Rachel Elizabeth Channon|
|Institution:||University of Connecticut|
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|Specialty:||sign language phonology|
American Sign Language
|Selected Publications:||2002. Signs are single segments: Phonological representations and temporal sequencing in ASL and other sign languages. Doctoral dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park. Available for download at www.ling.umd.edu/Publications/Dissertations
2002. Beads on a String? Representations of repetition in spoken and signed languages. In R. Meier, K. Cormier, & D. Quinto-Pozos, eds., Modality and Structure in Signed and Spoken Languages. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University, 110-148.
2000. Repetition in sign: Evidence for a single segment in sign languages. In MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 38: Proceedings of the Twelfth Student Conference in Linguistics, MIT Dept. of Linguistics, Cambridge, MA, 31-47.
1996. Representing a sign as a single segment in American Sign Language. In Proceedings of the Thirteenth Eastern States Conference on Linguistics '96, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 46-57.
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Formational Units in Sign Languages
|Courses Taught:||Structure of ASL|
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